New Mexico

Department of Public Safety

Keeping New Mexico Safer Through Safe Roads and Safer Communities

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2018 Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction Program

2018 Sub-Grantee Application Documents:

  1. Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)
  2. 2018 PSN Solicitation
  3. 2018 PSN Sub-Grantee Application Packet (EXCEL) Note: Please download and rename document extension to ".xlsx" and accept all security warnings from Excel.

**Important information**

All Subrecipients receiving 2018 PSN funding will be required to certify their compliance with 8 U.S.C. § 1373
Required Certifications:

  1. 2018 PSN Certification with 8 U.S.C. § 1373
  2. Communication with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and/or Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Questionnaire/Policies & Procedures
  3. Applicant Disclosure of High-Risk Status
  4. Certified Assurances
  5. Privacy Certification
  6. Equal Employment Opportunity (EEOP) Plan

Additional Certifications (if applicable to the Subrecipient’s program):

  1. Overtime Certification
  2. Job Duty Questionnaire (Grant Funded Personnel Only)
  3. Confidential Funds Certification (If applicable)

Eligible Activities:

The 2018 PSN applications shall be limited to units of government, specifically Law Enforcement programs. The “Law Enforcement” focused program area is intended to support evidence-based programs that address national priorities such as violent crimes, gun violence, and smart policing.

For additional eligibility requirements, please see the 2018 Sub-Grantee Solicitation.

For any questions regarding the PSN program or the application process please contact:
Sheila McDonald
Grants Management Bureau
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